February 12, 2024
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ATMIS police commence basic fingerprint training for Somali police officers in Kismayo town

African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) Police in Kismayo town, Jubaland State, have on Saturday began a 5-day basic fingerprint training course for Somali police officers at Lower Jubaland Police Head Quarters. 16 personnel from the Somali police force are expected to benefit from the training. The training aims to boost the capacity of... Read More

African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) Police in Kismayo town, Jubaland State, have on Saturday began a 5-day basic fingerprint training course for Somali police officers at Lower Jubaland Police Head Quarters.

16 personnel from the Somali police force are expected to benefit from the training.

The training aims to boost the capacity of Somali police force personnel in investigations, criminal tracking, and case resolution.

Officials, including Jubaland State Minister of Internal Security, Brig. Gen. Yussuf Hussein Osman Dhumaal, and Jubaland Police Commissioner, Col. Sadiq Mohammed Dhogor, were present at the event.

ATMIS has recently stepped up training programs for Somali police officers as they conclude their mandate in Somalia.

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